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Best Halloween Party ideas in Glasgow

Best Halloween Party ideas in Glasgow


Some times it feels like Halloween is meant for hens to have a blast. All the costumes, makeup galore and sumptuous buffets alongside flowing drinks make the night a perfect hen get-together. Moreover, a Halloween party is the best way for a hen to see off her singlehood. Glasgow nightclubs have joined hands with DJs to make this Halloween a perfect night out for the Glaswegian hens.

How would it feel like to do some MJ moves in a zombie getup on a good dance floor? Putting up such an act in with MJ songs playing in the background amidst Halloween themed decorations would be perfect! Glasgow pubs and clubs are all set to put up such thrilling Halloween nights exclusively for Glaswegians. Hen dos and stag dos could never get better than this in the heart of Glasgow. This year, some of the popular clubs that will throw Halloween bashes in 2013 are as follows. Start booking exclusive spots before the places get filled.

The Garage

Hens can look as silly or as crude as possible to get an entry pass into this year’s loudest and craziest Halloween bash at The Garage. Scotland’s quintessential party ‘institution’ will be hosting an all week long Halloween party exclusively for all the zombies and banshees out there. Party continues till dawn because the sunrise dampens a ghoul’s merrymaking! But one can always return back after dusk to keep the rave on! Furthermore, guests can sip on premium drinks at pocket friendly prices. Boom card holders can enjoy exclusive entry into Halloween gigs and events and the rest of the folks can hire the band room, lounge, balcony attic or the G2 for a private Halloween stag or hen do.

Club Noir Halloween Glasgow

O2 Academy is about to get haunted big time this 26th October. The ‘Halloween Horrornama’ event will quench the thirst of bloodthirsty vampires by showcasing glamorous scream queens, blood laden burlesque and outlandish terror. Have a brawl watching the striptease, dance, live music and a host of other terror specials this Halloween.

The Cathouse

The club is gonna warm up the party atmosphere with a pre Halloween party. Folowing this, in the main event DJ Muppet and DJ Billy are about to set the Levels 1 and 2 into flames with horror rock tunes! No tickets are needed to enter into this brawl. Only a nominal entry fee is all that is required. Hens and stags above the age of 18 might want to dress up in Halloween costumes to bag a brand new iPad! There are more prizes to be won which are the more reason to stay locked up in this hole till 4 am!

Cirque, Merchant City

The best hangout for students, Cirque is already quite popular for it’s sizzling Tuesday night specials named the ‘Dirty Sexy’ party. DJ Prospect mixes and blends some of the grooviest tunes for the masses. Similarly the weekend detonation starts on Friday exclusively for nB and Hip Hop lovers. Furthermore, the club boats of it’s popular DJ crew who will undoubtedly set the mood high during this Halloween.

By booking online, customers can avail discounts and freebies. Some clubs even let free entry if spots for Halloween bashes are booked well ahead of time. So paint your faces and get set to have a ball this Halloween in Glasgow.

Author Bio: – Jermaine is a columnist and blogger who loves discovering and writing about hen do in Glasgow and halloween parties in Glasgow.


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